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Engility is seeking a licensed nurse or nurse practitioner (LPN, RN, NP) with military health experience to provide staff support to Action Officers/Chairs of MHS Clinical Communities, work groups, and a variety of military healthcare projects for the Defense Health Agency (DHA). Responsibilities include:
Drafting briefs, correspondence, talking points, testimony, and papers in response to senior leadership direction, information requests, reports to Congress, GAO audits, etc.;
Implementing evidence-based clinical pathways, and optimization of medical specialty lines; and
Providing consultation and thought leadership to senior DoD clients using healthcare industry expertise to facilitate healthcare change management solutions and execution of strategic goals, taskers, and inter/intra departmental initiatives related to medical specialty care and interdisciplinary medicine.
Nursing degree with two years post bachelor's experience in healthcare operations or clinical practice.
Minimum of three years of relevant experience in military health plus minimum of five years' experience in a professional work environment.
Provide meeting management support (drafting agenda, minutes, briefs, etc.) and facilitate discussions with subject matter experts, focus groups, and work groups to advance military health governance activities and reporting.
Create and edit briefing documents, memorandums, position papers, briefs, white papers, and power point presentations on healthcare related topics appropriate for an executive-level audience and/or healthcare professionals.
Draft and coordinate policies, memorandums, and implementation guidance impacting military healthcare operations.
Support senior MHS leadership in collecting programmatic information to include collating, integrating, and summarizing inputs from subject matter experts as well as conducting the necessary background literature reviews, research, analysis and interpretation to assist with drafting, coordinating, and editing Reports to Congress, white papers, policies, memoranda, and other work products.
Assist clients and program management team with development of military health practices, policies, guidelines, and standards aimed towards maximizing quality, safety, outcomes, access, and cost effectiveness of military healthcare.
Assist in monitoring and directing day-to-day operations of the assigned tasks to ensure that policies and procedures are being followed, that contract and client goals and objectives are met, and that services and projects are being accomplished effectively and efficiently.
Facilitate discussions with subject matter experts, focus groups, and work groups to facilitate military health governance activities and reporting.
Work independently and collaboratively with DoD senior leadership, research, and clinical subject matter experts, clinical providers, and education and training professional staff to provide analytical support, translate information, develop insights, and compile information for clients.
Update deliverables based on customer, staff, or program manager feedback related to possible gaps, errors, and improvements.
Must be able to establish and maintain relationships, demonstrate initiative, exude a professional presence, focus on results and demonstrate enthusiasm.
Preferred experience with any of the following:
DoD or operational military setting;
Emergency medicine, critical care, or trauma.
Self-direction and exceptional interpersonal skills in order to effectively communicate with all levels of management, staff, and external customers.
Excellent analytic, writing, problem solving, and communication skills are essential.
Meet security requirements for obtaining a Common Access Card (CAC).
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